Interior Design Master

Accademia Riaci - Florence (Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

€ 14,000 - (Rs 10,11,042)
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  • Master
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    8 Months

Design Studio I. Design Studio II. Furniture Design. Independent study in Interior Design. Developing Successful Portfolio. Diploma Project. Suitable for student completed Basic Course, student completed One-year Course, student graduated from four year college or university studied in the design field, or anyone experienced sufficient working training in the various field, desires to continue the study in the further advanced area. In this course, students are expected to learn further advanced art and highest level of studies. There will be an examination to be qualified to take this course. The examination includes 12 portfolios. Diploma from Accademia Riaci will be presented to those who passed the final examination.

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Starts Location
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Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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· Requirements

1. Graduates of Riaci's Basic and/or One - Year course, or... - Graduates of 4 year colleges in art or design / Equivalent working or training exerience in a specific field, and desires to pursue their studies in a further advanced level. 2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese 3. A qualification exam including a 12 piece portfolio that best represents the student's work style is required for admission.


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Course programme

Taught in Italian or English.

The Master in Interior Design at Accademia Riaci is a full-time program with a focus on advanced studio and academic research in history, theory and methods as they relate to an interdisciplinary approach to interiors and design. The Master program is of particular interest to graduates of various design programs and to practitioners in interior design, architecture and other related disciplines who wish to pursue post-professional study. An interdisciplinary approach to design is increasingly a requisite for professional advancement as designers attempt to satisfy the complex requirements of contemporary architectural and interior environments. The curriculum is formulated to expand understanding of different design disciplines, with special emphasis on their interdependence. There are four components to the program: a core design studio sequence, furniture design, lectures/seminars and projects. The core design studio sequence consists of a series of experiences of increasing complexity culminating in the thesis project. Each student must demonstrate originality, research and design skills, and creative capacity to resolve advanced problems in design. The thesis is presented to a graduate faculty jury for evaluation.

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